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Published in 2015-12-16 15:02:25 | Show all floors
whitewind replied at 2015-12-16 10:20
Why do you need dahdi driver?
orangepi does not have PCI, you won't be able to use any dahdi card. ...

I need to do conference bridge, which need dahdi :]
I already have done a Rasberry and a Odroid c1+ version of Xivo, an asterisk distribution with a very nice gui which use Dahdi for conference and not (at this time) the new ConfBridge

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Published in 2015-12-16 19:15:30 | Show all floors
TiJof replied at 2015-12-16 15:02
I need to do conference bridge, which need dahdi :]
I already have done a Rasberry and a Odroid c1 ...
Some confusion has arisen regarding the fact that non-DAHDI timing interfaces are available now. One common misconception which has arisen is that since timing can be provided elsewhere, DAHDI is no longer required for using the MeetMe application. Unfortunately, this is not the case. In addition to providing timing, DAHDI also provides a conferencing engine which the MeetMe application requires.
Starting with Asterisk 1.6.2, however, there is a new application, ConfBridge, which is capable of conference bridging without the use of DAHDI's built-in mixing engine.

Now I understand. But I do not understand...

Asterisk is a pile of very non-standard solutions.

Well, you may compile the kernel yourself. Then you will get all the required headers

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Published in 2015-12-26 10:41:53 | Show all floors
dmesg output at all times the following message is this becomes a problem or something?

  1. [3753862.714107] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  2. [3753862.714491] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  3. [3757463.394459] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  4. [3757463.394484] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  5. [3757463.394672] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  6. [3757463.395077] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  7. [3761064.007301] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  8. [3761064.007326] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  9. [3761064.007518] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
  10. [3761064.007924] netlink: 20 bytes leftover after parsing attributes.
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  1. kometch@dns03:~$ lsb_release -a
  2. No LSB modules are available.
  3. Distributor ID: Debian
  4. Description:    Debian GNU/Linux 8.2 (jessie)
  5. Release:        8.2
  6. Codename:       jessie
  7. kometch@dns03:~$
  8. kometch@dns03:~$ uname -a
  9. Linux dns03 3.4.39-02-lobo #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Nov 10 10:37:50 CET 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
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Published in 2015-12-27 09:20:48 | Show all floors
Edited by raid3868 at 2015-12-27 09:21

Hi

My emmc is damage it sometime detected and sometime don't. Anyone have this issuse?
Currently i m using SDcard. Do anyone know how to disable emmc being automount in debian?

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Published in 2015-12-28 05:40:36 from mobile | Show all floors
How many uarts are enabled in the uboot? Many thanks for your work!

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Published in 2016-1-8 13:45:11 | Show all floors
Thanks for all your job, dear mr. Loboris!!!

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Published in 2016-1-11 04:17:29 | Show all floors
How to connect and use Bluetooth Dongle?
I connected the USB Dongle, then in CLI:

  1. # lsusb
  2. Bus 007 Device 003: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)
  3. ...
  4. # sudo apt-get install bluez python-gobject python-dbus
  5. ...
  6. # hcitool dev
  7. Devices:

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Which module is required?
Is it even possible to connect the Dongle?

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Published in 2016-1-12 08:35:05 | Show all floors
Edited by nkk at 2016-1-12 08:36

is someone installed transmission-daemon?

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Published in 2016-1-14 18:43:46 | Show all floors
nkk replied at 2016-1-12 08:35
is someone installed transmission-daemon?

Transmission didn't worked for me, but I have installed deluged and deluge-web. I think it is better than transmission.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial for deluged and deluge-web.: http://dev.deluge-torrent.org/wiki/UserGuide/Service/systemd
I have tested on Orange Pi Plus with Lubuntu Vivid image, and it works as expected.

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Published in 2016-1-14 21:25:18 | Show all floors
I have wondering about realtime kernels. Will be available for Orange Pi PC? It will be better for multimedia applications.
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